About Kara Baskin

Kara Baskin is the editor of the Boston Globe's Lola magazine, as well as a writer for The Boston Phoenix. She has written for The Washington Post, Slate, The Washingtonian, NPR, The New Republic, and others. She also helped to launch jewsrock.org, a website dedicated to celebrating Jews and rock music.

My final gift to you

By October 3, 2008

Forget cocktails this weekend. Why not try a delicious Size Matters smoothie? It will up your sex drive in no time. Viagra not included! This is a really easy and tasty way to enhance your sexuality by adding natural vitamins … Read More

Even I Have Standards…

By October 2, 2008

Despite the book’s best attempts to answer everyone’s humiliating sex questions, there were a few queries that just couldn’t make it into the mainstream media. I was tasked with the careful extraction of X-rated and/or completely bizarre musings. These were … Read More

Keeping Things Clean: The Dirty Truth About Male Hygiene

By October 1, 2008

Today we’re going to talk about personal hygiene. It’s an area of concern for many women, who marvel at the fact that their beaus have no compuction about wearing moist-smelling underwear, changing their sheets once every other lunar eclipse, and … Read More

Size Matters: Pregnancy and Fertility 101

By September 30, 2008

Without a doubt, one of the most popular topics surrounding this book has been fertility. Ladies really want to know if their husband/boyfriend/partner is in proper working order when it comes to reproducing – and what they can do to … Read More

Size Matters: Or, Why I’m Qualified to Write a Book About Sex

By September 29, 2008

When Size Matters came out a couple months ago, lots of people came up to me and asked: "Have you always wanted to write a sex book?" Then they looked at me like I was wearing a dominatrix outfit underneath … Read More